The Finno-Ugrian Society organizes approximately 9 meetings every year. Each meeting includes a presentation. The meetings will usually be held from September to May on the third Friday of each month. Unless otherwise announced, meetings will take place in the House of Science and Letters, hall 104 (Kirkkokatu 6, Helsinki). Meetings begin at 18:15. Meetings in December are annual meetings of the Finno-Ugrian Society, and they will always be held on the 2nd of December.
Our meetings are free of charge and open to everybody. Welcome!
The meetings and presentations of the Finno-Ugrian Society in the spring semester 2021:
15th of January 2021 MA Kaisla Kaheinen (University of Helsinki): Nganasanin korjausjäsennys: itsekorjaus ja korjauksen pragmaattiset merkitykset keskustelussa ja kerronnassa.
19th of February 2021 Doc. Frog (University of Helsinki): Origins of the Finnic Tetrameter (or Kalevala-Meter) and Its Implications for Finnic Language History.
19th of March 2021 PhD Minerva Piha (University of Turku): Arkeologia apuna sanojen semanttisten muutosten ajoittamisessa.
16th of April 2021 Prof. Juha Janhunen (University of Helsinki): Uralilaisten kielten sidotut morfeemit (bound morphemes).
21st of May 2021: [The lecturer and the subject of the presentation will be announced later.]